Family environment and multidimensional locus of control

Anton De Man1, Vincent Hall1, Dale Stout1
1Bishop's University, Canada
Cite this article:  De Man, A., Hall, V., & Stout, D. (1990). Family environment and multidimensional locus of control. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 18, 197-200.

Volume 18 Issue 2 | e616 | Published: August 1990 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1990.18.2.197

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Sixty-seven women and thirty-six men participated in a study of the relationships between selected family environment variables and Levenson's dimensions of locus of control (Personal Control, Powerful Others, Chance). Results indicated significant bivariate and semi-partial associations between perceived family nurture and Personal Control. Significant bivariate correlations were found between Powerful Others and the respective measures of perceived family nurture and control. The latter associations were not maintained in subsequent semi-partial correlation analyses. No significant findings were obtained for the Chance dimension. Sex of subject did not appear to be of importance in the various relationships.
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